The Denville city center wishes to welcome again buyers, diners and traders. The neighborhood will host Downtown Denville After Dark, a flagship family experience with live music from New Power Soul, a leading NJ cover band playing hits from all decades. The event is sponsored by Lakeland Bank this Friday June 11 5:30 p.m.
Broadway, the main downtown corridor, will be closed to vehicular traffic to allow pedestrians to shop, dine and enjoy the event safely outside with cafe tables, exhibits, promotions and live music along the street. Children can also challenge themselves on the large inflatable obstacle course. Warm up your throwing arm for the very first downtown Denville corn hole tournament which will also take place.
The event is part of a larger summer initiative launched by Downtown Denville. “It has been a difficult year for all of us and we want to welcome buyers back in safety and thank them for the continued support they so badly need. Buy and eat local, ”noted Meg Olenowski, vice president of the business district board and event manager. The district is also working hard behind the scenes to support downtown businesses still recovering from pandemic shutdowns. “Events and promotions are just the start as we continue to improve the overall downtown experience, support our businesses and recruit the right new businesses in downtown Denville,” Sandman added. , Executive Director of the Downtown Denville Business District.
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The Downtown Denville Business Improvement District is a non-profit organization focused on increasing downtown business and financing. It is composed of an elected board of directors, an executive director and an office administrator. There will be more Downtown Denville After Dark events throughout the summer in addition to a classic car show and many other activities. “We hope to once again show residents, shoppers and businesses why downtown Denville is the best downtown in NJ,” added Gene Fitzpatrick, Chairman of the Board.